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EK-FB GA X399 GAMING RGB Monoblock
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EK Announces Monoblock for GIGABYTE X399 Motherboards

EK Water Blocks, the Slovenia-based premium computer liquid cooling gear manufacturer is releasing a new Socket TR4 based monoblock made for several GIGABYTE X399 motherboards. The EK-FB GA X399 GAMING RGB Monoblock has an integrated 3-pin RGB Digital LED strip which makes it compatible with GIGABYTE Fusion, thus offering a full lighting customization experience.

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Der8auer Gets EPYC CPU Working on X399 Motherboard

Ok well technically it is not really working, but the system does boot up all the way to the BIOS and memory checks, but it does not go any further. Famous overclocker Der8auer went through a blind process to discover that there is a particular ID pin on EPYC CPUs that when covered allows the CPU to be booted up by a X399 motherboard.


ThinkComputers Podcast #111

In this episode of our weekly tech podcast we talk about our reviews of the Intel Core i7-7820X 8-Core Processor and Zotac 10 Year Anniversary Sonix 480GB PCIe SSD, the world's smallest GTX 1080, Coffee Lake & Z370 motherboards & more!


ThinkComputers Podcast #110

In this episode of our weekly tech podcast we talk about our review of the AORUS GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Xtreme Edition 11G Graphics Card Review, AMD Vega pricing still not being normal, AMD out-selling Intel for the first time in 10 years and more!

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AMD Will Enable NVMe RAID On X399 ThreadRipper Platform

One of the shortcomings of AMD's X399 ThreadRipper HEDT platform was that it lacked NVMe RAID support. You did have the ability to build soft-RAID arrays using NVMe drives, you were not able to boot from them. It looks like AMD will be remedying this by adding support for NVMe RAID through a software update, which is scheduled for September 25th.

Aorus X399 Gaming 7 Motherboard
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AMD’s HEDT X399 Platform Lacks NVMe RAID Boot Support

Well all this hype around AMD's ThreadRipper processors and X399 platform it seems one major issue has been reported. ThreadRipper processors of course feature full 64-lane PCI-Express gen 3.0 root complexes, which allow you to run two graphics cards at full x16 bandwidth and drop in other devices like PCI-Express NVMe SSDs. It looks like if you plan on striping these NVMe SSDs in RAID and booting from them it will not be possible, the platform lacks NVMe RAID booting support.

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